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  1. Hi Jim It's me Mike and it has been a while, This is not a question. This is just a test to see how my signature looks for test purposes.
  2. Thanks TCH What a surprise I had no idea but am very pleased thanks for the extra space Mike
  3. I must have been through 50 to 75 tutorials over the last month all bits and peices check them all out. A thread on webproworld that I started last month got an excellent response check it out http://www.webproworld.com/viewtopic.php?t=18837 lots of different directions to go. Learn php from the ground up. Mike
  4. Hi Lucas 1. I think DW does but I haven't got it to work right for me something I'm not doing right 2. Start now thats what I am doing now even if DW does do it understanding it will help http://www.freewebmasterhelp.com/tutorials/phpmysql there are many tutorials but that is the one that is helping me the most. Mike
  5. Hi Jeff I am in the same boat as you as far as php and mysql and have been looking and reading a lot. http://www.freewebmasterhelp.com/tutorials/phpmysql This is the tutorial that I have found that says it best hope it can help you too. At least it puts all in one or seems to everything else was bits and peices. Mike
  6. Hi Raul NOw that I know that it is working there are things I can do with php just to keep learning Mike
  7. Hi yall I just got to another computer and logged in and all is fine not a TCH problem its minehaven't figured that out yet, but last night I created a script in php and uploaded create table and fields using php and not have to go through the phpmyadmin but now that I have seen a screen shot of phpmyadmin I know I am doing it right. May be time to fire up the Mac back-up machine I just bought Thanks for the time and suggestions MIke
  8. Raul Just saw your post, yes I will try all of that, I am really becoming convinced that it is a problem on my machine. Oh it looks like I may need to make a trip to the shop I'll be keeping yall informed Mike
  9. Tracy, Hi I am using IE 6, a while back I had a had a problem with a file in norton and had to uninstall it I have been relying on the default firewall installed by microsoft I think. One of those situations where you put something off and it never gets done. This all may have something or all to do wwith it thanks I had forgotten about that, it had slipped my mind. I will have a look a cpanel and phpmyadmin from another location and do the required repairs and see what happens. Sorry it took so long to reply I had to have some sleep. Mike
  10. Also I thought it maybe a cache or java script problem on my machine here is a shot of veiw source that I see but no phpmyadmin so it is there I just can't see it. <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Frameset//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-frameset.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en" dir="ltr"> <head> <title>phpMyAdmin 2.5.6-rc1 - www.giftdealsgalore.com</title> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" /> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="./css/phpmyadmin.css.php?lang=en-iso-8859-1&js_frame=right" /> </head> <script type="text/javascript"> <!-- document.writeln('<frameset cols="150,*" rows="*" border="1" frameborder="1" framespacing="0">'); document.writeln(' <frameset rows="*, 50" framespacing="0" frameborder="0" border="0">'); document.writeln(' <frame src="left.php?lang=en-iso-8859-1&server=1&hash=4e92accf105c5f39a727f85d705747911086524963" name="nav" frameborder="0" />'); document.writeln(' <frame src="queryframe.php?lang=en-iso-8859-1&server=1&hash=4e92accf105c5f39a727f85d705747911086524963" name="queryframe" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" />'); document.writeln(' </frameset>'); document.writeln(' <frame src="main.php?lang=en-iso-8859-1&server=1" name="phpmain4e92accf105c5f39a727f85d705747911086524963" border="0" frameborder="0" />'); document.writeln(' <noframes>'); document.writeln(' <body bgcolor="#FFFFFF">'); document.writeln(' <p>phpMyAdmin is more friendly with a <b>frames-capable</b> browser.</p>'); document.writeln(' </body>'); document.writeln(' </noframes>'); document.writeln('</frameset>'); //--> </script> <noscript> <frameset cols="150,*" rows="*" border="1" frameborder="1" framespacing="0"> <frameset rows="*, 50" framespacing="0" frameborder="0" border="0"> <frame src="left.php?lang=en-iso-8859-1&server=1&hash=4e92accf105c5f39a727f85d70574791" name="nav" frameborder="0" /> <frame src="queryframe.php?lang=en-iso-8859-1&server=1&hash=4e92accf105c5f39a727f85d70574791" name="queryframe" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" /> </frameset> <frame src="main.php?lang=en-iso-8859-1&server=1" name="phpmain4e92accf105c5f39a727f85d70574791" frameborder="0" /> <noframes> <body bgcolor="#FFFFFF"> <p>phpMyAdmin is more friendly with a <b>frames-capable</b> browser.</p> </body> </noframes> </frameset> </noscript> </html> Mike
  11. Hello Raul I really didn't think that there was a folder inside file manager but thought it might be worth a shot. I thought it was internal to the server. and yes I have been trying to access it in cpanel either from the first page in cpanel or after i click on mysql and go to the bottom of the page and click phpmyadmin all I get is a blank page it is under there but it is blank to the browser when I right click and go to view source the code is there for it but when I go back to the window it is blank. Mike
  12. Hi all This may be a silly question but do yall have a phpmyadmin folder in your file manager in cPanel. All I get when I go to phpmyadmin is a blank screen. When I veiw source I can see the source code but nothing on the screen. If it keeps up at this pace I will have to control mysql using php only. I have enter a help ticket twice and the reply both time was it is working fine It is like the permissions are set wrong, it is still invisible to me. Mike
  13. Hi Robert I had put in a help ticket about 2 weeks ago on a issue with awstats not updating for a week, at the same time I asked about phpmyadmin, they checked and said there didn't seem to be any problem with it. Maybe there is still something that I am missing I'll keep looking. It just seems to me that something is broken I get the full path to phpmyadmin in my browser but the screen is blank. Thanks for looking Mike
  14. Things aren't working right and I think it was me but can't find info on it anywhere. Let me start from the beginning I signed on two months ago and I was playing around with c-panel checking it out, I went into mysql created a db I went into phpmyadmin all looked fine didn't add tables or anything. Wasn't to long I went back into mysql playing around again checking things out and I hit repair on the db ever since then when I go to phpmyadmin there is nothing all I get is a blank page I'm sure I did something wrong. Ok so I figure I don't know enough about this stuff so I have been reading all I can about mysql, php and related items ok now I feel I have a fair amount of knowledge but with no phpmyadmin that is on screen in order to enter my info I feel stuck is there any advice as to what I may heve done wrong. Thanks in advance Mike
  15. Thanks Jim That sounds like what I was missing. I'll give that a try tomight and let you know what happens Mike
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